Tuesday, July 2, 2013

THROW CAUTION TO THE WIND~

I highly recommend taking the road less traveled...
 you just never know where it may lead or what you might encounter...
 unlike any pig farm I have ever seen...
 but certainly one having a sense of humor...
so...throw caution to the wind...take a back road...chances are you'll discover something new that just might put a smile on your face!


18 comments:

annie said...

oink oink!!
cute Julie!

Mugwump Woolies said...

The road less traveled?...the only way to go!
Have a great 4th!
Robyn

Kim said...

What would be really cool is if the horn on that van went oink, oink instead of beep, beep!
I've seen a few toilet planters around. Always cracks me up.

Melody said...

What a great little van!
I love the back roads ~ windows down, eating ice cream, good station on the radio, Perfect. :))))
Happy almost 4th of July!

Julia said...

A street like no other... A good use of pink paint. Some people have a great sense of humour.

JB

An Historical Lady said...

Ahhh...the old toilet at the side of the road! Classic New England! It's the only place I ever saw toilets with 'for sale' signs on them down at the end of driveways at 'yankee' garage sales!
Mary
http://anhistoricallady.blogspot.com

Pondside said...

Some of the best fun (and best photos!) come from taking the back road.

Farm Girl said...

That is so funny. I have found some interesting places like that. We found the Artichoke capitol of the world.
I bet you had fun finding these places.

MTWaggin said...

I always take back roads, freaks my Mom out sometimes! LOL I love this series of photos my dear.

Rugs and Pugs said...

Love the flower "pot"! Fun stuff. Thanks for sharing.
Happy Fourth to you.
God Bless this great Land of ours.
Hugs :)
Lauren

Jenny said...

This post put a big smile of my face Julie! (-: Hope you are well! xx

Primitive Stars said...

There a piggy, here a piggy, how cute....hi Julie, I always love to travel the back roads..Happy July, 4Th, Francine.

Larkrise garden girl said...

Have a gret 4th, Cheri

Denise said...

One of my favorite things to do, taking back roads.

Kellie from Indiana said...

My dh and I always take that lone road that may lead to a new adventure. You may find a new store, beautiful scenery, or the quaintest towns! And yes you may find an oddball or two. Always fun :)

acorn hollow said...

oh husband is all about taking the back roads slow and easy me I am a point a to point b girl
Cathy

Larkrise garden girl said...

I love back roads!

Prims By The Water said...

What a fun pig farm! Thanks for sharing. Janice